When Do I Need Zygomatic Dental Implants?

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Some people have been turned down by doctors for dental implant treatment because of their jawbone loss. At a dental office in Fairfax, VA, a trusted dentist believes everyone who wants dental implants should have them. That is why this office treats patients with zygomatic dental implants.

For those who face jawbone loss, zygomatic dental implants are a way to replace teeth. Continue reading to learn how zygomatic dental implants can give patients new teeth, where other options cannot.

 

Why Do Some Dental Implants Require A Healthy Jawbone?

Many standard dental implants require a strong and healthy jawbone in order to provide a stable base for the posts. The posts act as a replacement for patients’ tooth roots and use the jawbone as an anchor to keep them in place.

When someone has missing teeth for a long period of time, not having the tooth root structures leads to their jawbone weakening. For how much the jawbone helps anchor teeth, teeth also support the jawbone.

Standard dental implants were made with the idea that people will immediately want to replace their missing teeth with them. But, realistically, this is not always an option. From dental anxiety to the cost of dental implants, it can be hard to get dental implants immediately after a tooth has gone missing.

How Do Zygomatic Dental Implants Work?

Zygomatic dental implants provide a way for those who face severe upper jawbone loss to have dental implants. The reason this only works on the upper jaw is because of where they are being placed, the zygomatic bone. Doctors commonly refer to these bones as the cheekbones and they can provide a stable base for dental implants.

These specially made zygomatic dental implants extend far back into the cheekbone as a stable base for support of a dental implant. Because this bone is rarely impacted by bone loss or decay, this will provide a strong base for years to come.

Zygomatic dental implants are a much quicker option for getting dental implants than bone grafting in Fairfax, VA. This makes zygomatic dental implants incredibly beneficial for those who are ready for dental implants now. They allow for the same full restoration as standard full mouth dental implants and the same decades-long dependency.

 

Getting Your Own Zygomatic Dental Implants!

If you are not excited about waiting for a bone grafting procedure, consider getting your own zygomatic dental implant treatment today! Doctors at the Fairfax, VA office have worked with many patients who have faced severe jawbone loss. Zygomatic dental implants are placed with pinpoint accuracy and with no risk to other structures in your face.

Consider getting in contact with Dr. Ibrahim Haron and our fantastic team at our Greater Washington Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery office to schedule an appointment today. Do not give up on dental implant treatment for your missing teeth. Consider zygomatic dental implants and get the full mouth treatment you deserve!

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